|Rhode Island Apple User's Group Disk Crate 2|
Rhode Island Apple User's Group Disk Crate 2
Keywords: Apple II
|Kryoflux Test Evening at the Internet Archive|
As part of a move towards software preservation efforts, Jason Scott invited a few collectors of older microcomputer floppy disks to come test out the Kryoflux floppy-to-USB conversion board, purchased from Kryoflux.com. This controller/converter allows the connection of 3.5 and 5.25 Floppy Drives to USB-compatible computers, and to utilize the drives to read all manner of floppy drive formats. Work is still being done to understand the limitations of this approach, procedures to be composed, an...
Keywords: apple; kryoflux; internet archive
|Jot 0.53, an Apple II Notation Program - Ted Nelson and Steve Witham|
CommandsPlease note: not all commands work in emulator. Please download the disk image and run natively in your browser to use all the commands. SPACEMove to next unit /Delete @Slurp next unit +Spit out last SLURPed unit ^Save Right ArrowMove to next unit Left ArrowMove to previous unit CTRL-NAdd or remove sound feedback CTRL-KAdd actual + sign CTRL-LAdd actual / sign CTRL-PSplit paragraph CTRL-EExit CTRL-SSplit sentence CTRL-OPrint CTRL-QClear CTRL-JJoin Paragraph CTRL-CCaps mode switch
Keywords: Ted Nelson; Notation; Apple II; 1986; Jot; Steve Witham; Forth
|Emulator Detection In 6502 Assembly Kansasfest 2014 Presentation - Mark Pilgrim|
Self-booting disk that can detect if it is running in (known) Apple II emulators. Presented at the 2014 Kansasfest Apple II convention, this self-booting disk image will detect a number of major emulators. Utilizing differences in the amount of self-sync bytes after the data epilogue, multiple emulators and "real" hardware can be surmised.
Keywords: apple2; a2; emulator; emulation; 6502; assembly; kansasfest; a2kfest; kfest2014